American Baptist Register of 1852 Obituaries
This entry begins the alphabet of C:
Callaway, W. J., an esteemed minister of Central Association, Ala., died at his residence in Choctaw county, 1851.
Campbell, Harvey M., a devoted missionary laboring in Arracan, died in his field February 22, 1852.
Chenault, David, Madison County, Ky aged 80 years.
Chipman, Isaac, professor in Acadia College, Nova Scotia, was a consistent and devoted Christian, and an able and successful instructor. His labors and sacrifices for Acadia College justly entitle him to a high place among its founders and greatest benefactors, and his invincible perseverance in advancing the interests of the denomination, will cause his memory and labors to be cherished with admiration and gratitude. He was accidentally drowned in Windsor River, June 8th, 1852, with Rev. E. D. Very and four students of Acadia College. Professor Chipman's letters, &c., have been placed in the hands of Dr. Cramp, President of Acadia College, who was engaged to write a history of his life and labors.
Christian, Washington, of Toronto, Canada, died 1851. He was a pioneer in the Gospel ministry, abundant in labors, and very successful.
Cook, Benaiah, for several years pastor of the Jewett City Church, Ct. died exulting in the cross of Christ, February 10, 1851.
Copeland, N., was ordained pastor of the church in Albion, Me., in 1832. He spent the most of his life as an evangelist, possessed strong native powers and ardent piety. He was the means of bringing many souls to Christ, and died in 1851.